Between Rolling Stone critics and new listeners alike, “Timeless,” is certainly his best known quality for nearly half a century. Local Louisivillian Gretchen Henry was born again – from a Derby city native to a domesticated hippie, she claims Bob Dylan was her tie to Americana during her five-week stay along the Kenyan coast.
No stranger – what an understatement – it’s Bob Dylan, and we’re talking about music. With over sixty albums since 1962, Dylan’s influence has touched more than Hall of Fame’s, Top 40’s, Billboards and Grammy awards. I hope I’m in the right to say that his fan base is a community intertwined with the counterculture from which Dylan stemmed from (if not created) himself.
With the help of her friends, Rebecca Kessler, and also Louisville native calligraphy studio owner, Jen Groves (groovy baby), these three showcased Henry’s personal revelation through a series of local Bob Dylan…
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